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From Florence: Pisa & Lucca Day Tour with Buccellato Tasting50 Reviews
Come discover Lucca and Pisa, unmissable destinations for those truly wishing to experience the culture and charm of Tuscany. Let yourself relax on this guided tour of both cities, complete with a Buccellato tasting, a typical Lucchese cake!
- Take a guided visit of Pisa with an entrance ticket to the Cathedral
- Enjoy a guided tour of Lucca
- Taste Buccellato cake, a typical Lucchese cake
DescriptionOn this guided tour of Lucca and Pisa, you will have the chance to discover the art, architecture, and history of Tuscany, along with some delicious local wines! Your tour begins with a trip to Pisa, where you will see the incredible Piazza dei Miracoli, most famous for its “Leaning Tower.” After that, visit the town's many other historical monuments, including its majestic cathedral, before grabbing a cappuccino and heading off to Lucca. In Lucca, famous for its still-intact city walls, your guide will lead you through the enchanting old town center and give you a chance to walk along the city's rooftops. The views will take your breath away! Next, admire the main attractions of the city: the Anfiteatro Square, Guingi Tower, San Martino Cathedral, and the town's many antique shops. Your tour ends with a Buccellato tasting, a typical Lucchese Cake!
IncludesJourney by GT coach with advanced sound system and air conditioning Expert multilingual escorts Guided tour of Pisa with free time (if option selected) Guided tour of Lucca with free time (if option selected) Admission fee to Pisa Cathedral Buccellato tasting (typical Lucchese cake)
- Kindly note that the Pisa and Lucca Low-Cost option does not include the local guide in Pisa and Lucca
- From November to March (Low Season): The tour is always confirmed in English and Spanish. The minimum required to confirm the tour in Italian, French, Portuguese, or German is 4 people.
- From April to October (High Season): The tour is always confirmed in English and Spanish. Italian, French, Portuguese and German are confirmed as follows:
- Portuguese: Tuesday — minimum 2 people
- French: Thursday — minimum 2 people
- German/Italian: Saturday — minimum 2 people